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Finally, some fuel economy common sense

Finally, some fuel economy common sense

Climate chaos is a product of computer models, a phoney scientific ‘consensus’ and hysterical headlines – not real world evidence

Fundy Trail beckons you to get off the high-speed highway

The view along the Fundy Trail offers something at every compass point – crashing waves, rocks, hills, forests, waterfalls and streams

Loud pipes on motorcycles save lives

Loud pipes on motorcycles save lives

Loud motorcycles can be annoying, that’s understood. But they only disrupt your quietude for a second or two, and we’re talking about safety here.

Ford Fusion 2018 – get it while you can

Ford Fusion 2018 – get it while you can

Ford’s decision to axe its passenger cars is regrettable, but there may be some killer deals coming as dealers scramble to clear their lots

Motorcycle madness: what you can do to stay safe on two wheels

Motorcycle madness: what you can do to stay safe on two wheels

Be aware all the time. As soon as you start believing in your own excellence, a farmer will back his tractor out of a field, some dolt will pull out of a driveway without looking, or something will fall off that truck in front of you and you’re in deep trouble.

Electric cars won’t save the world but they will destroy lives

Electric cars won’t save the world but they will destroy lives

There are gasses and pollutants far worse than carbon dioxide. Just ask the cobalt miners in the Congo

Are minivans the modern everyman vehicle?

Are minivans the modern everyman vehicle?

Today’s breed of these people-movers can be fast, comfortable, powerful and, sometimes, more than competent when it comes to handling and braking. Here are three used models to consider

Insurance Corp. of B.C. faces uncertain future

Insurance Corp. of B.C. faces uncertain future

Canada’s only mandatory insurance provider is digging a deep financial hole and the B.C. government is looking for answers

Switchin’ to glide: manual control a must in self-driving cars

Switchin’ to glide: manual control a must in self-driving cars

The cars of the future will remove the human component, driving more safely and efficiently – until something goes wrong

Digital present, paperless future in store for drivers

Digital present, paperless future in store for drivers

People are becoming more confident that private information can be used, received and shared electronically

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